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Encyclopedia of African American history.

Author: Leslie M Alexander; Walter C Rucker
Publisher: Santa Barbara, Calif. : ABC-CLIO, 2010.
Series: American ethnic experience.
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Documents African American culture and political activism from the slavery era through the 20th century.
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Encyclopedia of African American history.
Santa Barbara, Calif. : ABC-CLIO, ©2010
(DLC) 2009051262
(OCoLC)477273442
Material Type: Biography, Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Leslie M Alexander; Walter C Rucker
ISBN: 9781851097746 1851097740 128249225X 9781282492257 9786612492259 6612492252
OCLC Number: 606743227
Reproduction Notes: Electronic reproduction. [S.l.] : HathiTrust Digital Library, 2010. MiAaHDL
Description: 1 online resource (3 volumes) : illustrations.
Details: Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002.
Contents: v. 1. Atlantic African, American, and European Backgrounds to Contact, Commerce, and Enslavement --
Acculturation --
African Burial Ground, New York City --
African Diaspora --
Africanisms --
Asiento --
Atlantic Creoles --
Atlantic Islands --
Atlantic Slave Trade --
Bacon's Rebellion --
Barracoons --
Bight of Benin --
Bight of Biafra --
Bosman, Willem --
Bunce Island --
Cape Coast Castle --
Carolinas --
Chesapeake Colonies --
Cugoano, Quobna Ottobah --
de Las Casas, Bartolomé --
Destination, Florida --
Du Sable, Jean Baptiste Point --
Dutch New Netherland --
Dutch West India Company --
Elmina --
Encomienda --
Estévan --
Factor --
Freedom Dues --
Futa Jallon --
Ghana --
Gold Coast --
Gorée Island --
Griot --
Gulf of Guinea --
Headright System --
Hispaniola --
Igbo --
Indentured Servitude --
Jamestown, Virginia --
John, Prester --
Johnson, Anthony --
Kingdom of Asante --
Kingdom of Benin --
Kingdom of Dahomey --
Kongo Kingdom --
Las Siete Partidas --
Laurens, Henry --
Loose Pack --
Malaria --
Mali --
Matrilineal Societies --
Mbebma, Nzinga (Afonso I) --
Middle Colonies --
Musa, Mansa --
New England Colonies --
New York Conspiracy of 1741 --
New York Revolt of 1712 --
Newton, John --
Occupational Castes --
Oral Culture --
Patroonship --
Punch, John --
Queen Nzinga (Njinga Mbande) --
Racialized Slavery --
Reconquista --
Rice Cultivation --
Rolfe, John --
Royal African Company --
Sahel --
Seasoning --
Senegambia --
Signares --
Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts --
Songhai --
Stono Rebellion --
Sudanic Empires --
Sugar Plantations --
Sundiata: The Epic of Old Mali --
Task System --
Tight Pack --
Timbuktu --
Tobacco --
Toure, Askia Muhammad --
Trans-Saharan Slave Trade --
Tribute --
Vita, Dona Beatriz Kimpa --
West-Central Africa --
Wheatley, Phillis --
Woolman, John --
Culture, identity, and Community: From slavery to the Present --
Amalgamation --
Anansi the Spider --
Ancestral Spirits --
Anderson, Marian --
Angolan/Kongolese --
Animal Trickster Stories --
Armstrong, Louis --
Bailey, Pearl --
Basie, Count --
Bebop --
Black Atlantic --
Black Churches --
Black English --
Black Folk Culture --
Black Fraternal Societies --
Black Seminoles --
Black Wedding Traditions --
Blackface Minstrelsy --
Blue Notes --
Blues Music --
Bottle Trees --
Brer Rabbit --
Brooks, Gwendolyn --
Brown, James --
Buckra --
Call-and-Response --
Caul --
Charms --
Coltrane, John --
Congo Square, New Orleans --
Conjure --
Coromantee --
Davis, Miles --
Double Consciousness --
Ebo Landing --
Election Day --
Ellington, Duke --
Ethnic Randomization --
Evangelism --
Family Patterns --
Field Hollers --
Fitzgerald, Ella --
Flying African Stories --
Frazier, E. Franklin --
Full Immersion Baptism --
Goofer Dust --
Grave Decorations --
Grave Dirt --
Gullah --
Gumbo --
Herskovits, Melville --
High John the Conqueror Root --
Hoodoo --
Hurston, Zora Neale --
Hush Harbors --
Infanticide --
Jambalaya --
Jas --
Jazz --
John the Slave Tales --
Joplin, Scott --
Juba Dance --
Kongo Cosmogram --
Kwanzaa --
Laveau, Marie --
Locke, Alain --
Mardi Gras --
Miscegenation --
Mulatto --
Names Debate --
Negritude --
Obeah --
Octoroon --
Parker, Charlie --
Pinkster Festival --
Poisonings --
Prince Hall Masonry --
Pryor, Richard --
Quadroon --
Ragtime --
Ring Shout --
Rogers, Joel Augustus --
Root Doctors --
Salt-Water Negroes --
Sambo --
Sanchez, Sonia --
Shakur, Tupac --
Shrine of the Black Madonna --
Signifying --
Slave Culture --
Slave Religion --
Soul Food --
Sweetgrass Baskets --
Syncretism --
Tituba --
Transmigration --
Turner, Lorenzo Dow --
Walker, Margaret --
Wonder, Stevie --
Work Songs --
Wright, Richard. Political Activity and Resistance to Oppression: From the American Revolution to the Civil War --
Abelman v. Booth --
Abolition, Slave Trade --
Abolition, Slavery --
Adams, John Quincy --
African Civilization Society --
African Dorcas Association --
African Free Schools --
African Grove Theater --
African Methodist Episcopal Church --
Allen, Richard --
American and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society --
American Anti-Slavery Society (AASS) --
American Colonization Society --
American Moral Reform Society --
American Revolution --
Amistad --
Anglo-African Magazine --
Antislavery Societies --
Attucks, Crispus --
August First Celebrations --
Ball, Charles --
Banneker, Benjamin --
Bell, Philip A. --
Benevolent Societies --
Birney, James --
Boston Massacre --
Boyer, Jean Pierre --
Brown, John --
Brown, William Wells --
Brown Fellowship Society --
Carpetbaggers --
Cary, Mary Ann Shadd --
Cinque, Joseph --
Clarkson, Thomas --
Clay, Henry --
Coker, Daniel --
Colored American Newspaper --
Colored Convention Movement --
Compromise of 1850 --
Confederate States of America --
Confiscation Acts --
Continental Army --
Cornish, Samuel --
Craft, William and Ellen --
Crandall, Prudence --
Crummell, Alexander --
Crummell, Boston --
Cuffe, Paul --
Davis, Jefferson --
Declaration of Independence --
Delany, Martin R. --
Destination, Canada --
Destination, Haiti --
Destination, Sierra Leone --
Dismal Swamp Maroons --
Domestic Slave Trade --
Douglass, Anna Murray --
Douglass, Frederick --
Downing, George --
Downing, Thomas --
Dred Scott v. Sandford --
Elaw, Zilpha --
The Emancipator --
Equiano, Olaudah --
Field Hands --
Field Order No. 15 --
First African Baptist Church --
Fort Pillow Massacre --
Forten, Charlotte --
Forten, James --
Free African Society --
Free Soil Party --
Freedom's Journal --
Fugitive Slave Act of 1793 --
Fugitive Slave Act of 1850 --
Fugitive Slaves --
Gabriel (Prosser) --
Gang System --
Garner, Margaret --
Garnet, Henry Highland --
Garrison, William Lloyd --
Gradual Emancipation --
Great Awakening --
Grimke Sisters --
Haitian Revolution --
Hall, Prince --
Hamilton, William --
Hammon, Jupiter --
Hemings, Sally --
House Servants --
Immediatism --
Jacobs, Harriet --
Jay, John --
Jefferson, Thomas --
Jennings, Elizabeth --
Jennings, Thomas L. --
Jones, Absalom --
Kansas-Nebraska Act, 1854 --
Langston, John Mercer --
The Liberator --
Liberia --
Liberty Party --
Lincoln, Abraham --
Lord Dunmore --
Louisiana Purchase --
Louverture, Toussaint --
Manumission --
Maroon Societies --
Massachusetts 54th Regiment --
Methodist Camp Meetings --
Mexican War --
Missouri Compromise --
Moral Uplift --
Nell, William Cooper --
New York Draft Riots --
Newsom, Celia --
Northern Slavery --
Northup, Solomon --
Overseers --
Patrollers --
Payne, Daniel --
Pennington, James William Charles --
Poor, Salem --
Port Royal Experiment --
Pritchard, Gullah Jack --
Purvis, Robert --
Quakers (Society of Friends) --
Ray, Charles --
Reason, Charles --
Reason, Patrick --
Remond, Charles L. --
Remond, Sarah Parker --
Republican Party --
Ruggles, David --
Russwurm, John --
Salem, Peter --
Saunders, Prince --
Scott, Dred --
Second Great Awakening --
Seminole Wars --
Shadd, Abraham --
Sierra Leone --
Slave Breeding --
Slave Codes --
Slave Diet --
Slave Driver --
Slave Plantation --
Slave Quarters --
Slave Resistance --
Smith, Gerrit --
Smith, James McCune --
Southern Free Blacks --
Stewart, Maria --
Still, William --
Stowe, Harriet Beecher --
Sumner, Charles --
Tappan, Arthur --
Tappan, Lewis --
Thirteenth Amendment --
Three-Fifths Compromise --
Transportation (as Punishment for Slave Resistance) --
Truth, Sojourner --
Tubman, Harriet --
Turner, Nat --
Uncle Tom's Cabin --
Underground Railroad --
Union Army --
Urban Slavery --
Vesey, Denmark --
Walker, David --
Ward, Samuel Ringgold --
Whipper, William --
Wilberforce, William --
Williams, Peter Jr. --
Williams, Peter Sr. --
Wright, Theodore S. v. 3. Political Activity, Migration, and Urbanization: Reconstruction, Civil Rights, and Modern African America --
1936 Summer Olympics, Berlin --
1968 Summer Olympics, Mexico City --
A Negro Nation Within the Nation --
Abernathy, Ralph David --
Abu Jamal, Mumia --
Accommodationism --
Affir mative Action --
African Blood Brotherhood --
African Imperialism --
African National Congress --
Afrocentricity --
Al-Amin, Jamil Abdullah (H. Rap Brown) --
Albany, Georgia, Movement --
Ali, Muhammad --
Ali, Noble Drew --
Antiapartheid Movement --
Antilynching Campaign --
Asante, Molefi Kete --
Ashe, Arthur --
Association for the Study of African American Life and History --
Atlanta, Georgia, Riot of 1906 --
Baker, Ella --
Baldwin, James --
Baraka, Amiri --
Bass, Charlotta Amanda Spears --
Bates, Daisy --
Belafonte, Harry --
Bensonhurst, New York, Incident of 1989 --
Berlin Conference, 1884-1885 --
BET --
Bethune, Mary McLeod --
Biko, Steve --
Black Arts Movement --
Black Athletes --
Black Cabinet --
Black Codes --
Black Conservatives --
Black Nadir --
Black Nationalism --
Black Panther Party --
Black Power --
Black Radical Congress --
Black Self-Defense --
Black Star Line --
Bloody Sunday --
Bombingham --
BPP, Chicago Branch --
BPP, Los Angeles Branch --
BPP, New York Branch --
BPP, Oakland Branch --
Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters --
Brown, Elaine --
Brown, Ron --
Brown v. Board of Education --
Bruce, Blanche K. --
Buffalo Soldiers --
Bunche, Ralph --
Busing --
Carmichael, Stokely (Kwame Ture) --
Castro, Fidel --
Chicago Defender --
Chicago Race Riot of 1919 --
Chisholm, Shirley --
Civil Rights Act of 1866 --
Civil Rights Act of 1875 --
Civil Rights Act of 1957 --
Civil Rights Act of 1960 --
Civil Rights Act of 1964 --
Civil Rights Act of 1968 --
Clark, Septima --
Cleaver, Eldridge --
Cleaver, Kathleen Neal --
Clinton, William Jefferson --
COINTELPRO --
Cold War and Civil Rights --
Coleman, Bessie --
Colored Farmers Alliance --
Compromise of 1877 --
Congressional Black Caucus --
Congressional Reconstruction --
Cooper, Anna Julia --
CORE --
Cosby, Bill --
Cotton States Exposition --
Daddy Grace --
Davis, Angela --
Deacons for Defense and Justice --
Destination, Chicago, Illinois --
Destination, Cuba --
Destination, Detroit, Michigan --
Destination, Harlem, New York --
Detroit, Michigan, Riot of 1943 --
Detroit, Michigan, Riot of 1967 --
Diallo, Amadou --
Disfranchisement --
Double V Campaign --
Du Bois, W.E.B. --
East St. Louis, Illinois, Riot of 1917 --
Ebony Magazine --
Elaine, Arkansas, Riot of 1919 --
Ellison, Ralph --
Emancipation Proclamation --
Ethiopian Peace Movement --
Evers, Medgar --
Exoduster Movement --
Fanon, Frantz --
Farrakhan, Louis --
Father Divine --
Fifteenth Amendment --
Five Percenters --
Fortune, T. Thomas --
Forty Acres and a Mule --
Fourteenth Amendment --
Franklin, John Hope --
Freedmen's Bureau --
Freedom Rides --
Freedom Schools --
Garvey, Marcus --
Georgia Educational Association --
Grandfather Clause --
Great Migration --
Griggs, Sutton --
Haley, Alex --
Hamer, Fannie Lou --
Hampton, Fred --
Harlem Renaissance --
Hayes, Rutherford B. --
Hill, Anita --
Hip-Hop --
Historically Black Colleges and Universities --
Hoover, J. Edgar --
Houston, Charles Hamilton --
Houston, Texas, Mutiny, 1917 --
Howard Beach Incident, 1986 --
Hughes, Langston --
"If We Must Die" --
Jackson, Jesse --
Jackson, Maynard --
Jet Magazine --
Jim Crow --
Johnson, Andrew --
Johnson, Lyndon Baines --
Joint Committee of Fifteen --
Karenga, Maulana --
Kennedy, John Fitzgerald --
Kennedy, Robert F. --
Kenyatta, Jomo --
Kerner Commission Report --
King, Coretta Scott --
King, Martin Luther Jr. --
Korean War (Black Participation in) --
Ku Klux Klan --
Lawson, James --
League of Revolutionary Black Workers --
Lee, Spike --
Lewis, John --
Little Rock Nine --
Long Hot Summer Riots, 1965-1967 --
Los Angeles, California, Riot 1965 --
Los Angeles, California, Riot 1992 --
Louima, Abner --
Lowndes County Freedom Organization --
Lynching --
Manchester Conference, 1945 --
Mandela, Nelson --
March on Washington Movement, 1941 --
March on Washington, 1963 --
Marshall, Thurgood --
Matthews, Victoria Earle --
McKay, Claude --
Media Stereotypes --
Meredith, James --
MFDP --
Million Man March --
Mississippi Freedom Summer, 1964 --
Montgomery Bus Boycott --
Moore, Queen Mother Audley --
Moorish Science Temple --
Morrison, Toni --
Moses, Robert --
MOVE Bombing --
Muhammad, Elijah --
Nash, Diane --
Nation of Islam --
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People --
National Association of Colored Women --
National Council for Black Studies --
National Council of Negro Women --
Negro League Baseball --
Negro Seamen Acts --
New Negro Movement --
New Orleans Riot of 1900 --
New York Silent March of 1917 --
Newton, Huey P. --
Niagara Movement --
Nicodemus, Kansas --
Nkrumah, Kwame --
Norton, Eleanor Holmes --
Obama, Barack --
Operation PUSH --
Organization of African Unity --
Organization of Afro-American Unity --
Owens, Jesse --
Pan-African Congresses --
Pan-Africanism --
Parks, Rosa --
Plan de San Diego --
Plessy v. Ferguson --
Poitier, Sidney --
Poor People's Campaign --
Populist Party --
Powell, Adam Clayton Jr. --
Powell, Colin --
Pratt, Geronimo Ji Jaga --
Racial Profiling --
Radical Republicans --
Randolph, A. Philip --
Ray, James Earl --
Reagon, Bernice Johnson --
Reconstruction Era Black Politicians --
Red Summer Race Riots --
Redlining --
Reparations --
Republic of New Afrika --
Revels, Hiram --
Revolutionary Action Movement --
Robeson, Paul --
Robinson, Jackie --
Robinson, Jo Ann --
Robinson, Ruby Doris Smith --
Roosevelt, Eleanor --
Rosewood, Florida, Riot of 1923 --
Rustin, Bayard --
Scottsboro, Alabama Case --
Seale, Bobby --
Selassie, Haile --
Self-Segregation --
Selma March --
Shabazz, Betty X --
Shakur, Assata --
Sharecroppers Union --
Sharecropping --
Sharpton, Al --
Shuttlesworth, Fred --
Simpson, O.J. --
Singleton, Benjamin "Pap" --
Sit-In Movement --
Sixteenth Street Baptist Church --
Soledad Brothers --
Southern Christian Leadership Conference --
Springfield Race Riot of 1908 --
Stevens, Thaddeus --
"Strange Fruit" --
Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee --
Students for a Democratic Society --
Suffrage Movement, Women's --
Talented Tenth --
Terrell, Mary Church --
The Birth of a Nation --
The Elevator --
Thomas, Clarence --
Till, Emmett --
"To Secure These Rights" --
Trotter, William Monroe --
Tulsa, Oklahoma, Race Riot of 1921 --
Turner, Henry McNeal --
Tuskegee Airmen --
Tuskegee Experiment --
Tuskegee Institute --
Universal Negro Improvement Association --
Urban Ghetto --
Urbanization --
US Organization --
Vietnam War (Black Participation in) --
Voting Rights Act of 1965 --
Walker, Alice --
War on Poverty --
Ware, Bill --
Washington, Booker T. --
Washington, Harold --
Wells-Barnett, Ida --
White, Walter --
White Citizens' Council --
White Mob Violence --
White Primaries --
White Supremacy --
Wilkins, Roy --
Williams, Hosea --
Williams, Robert F. --
Wills, Frank --
Winfrey, Oprah --
Woodson, Carter Godwin --
World War I (Black Participation in) --
World War II (Black Participation in) --
X, Malcolm. Vol. 3. Political activity, migration, and urbanization: Reconstruction, civil rights, and modern African America.
Series Title: American ethnic experience.
Other Titles: Political activity, migration, and urbanization: Reconstruction, civil rights, and modern African America.
Responsibility: Leslie M. Alexander and Walter C. Rucker, editors.

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